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dempsey will deliver marks as well. >> we are also in shanksville, pennsylvania, where the final hijacked airliner crashed into a field after hero passengers fought back. vice president joe biden is there. we're expecting him to speak at the top of this 10:00 hour, an hour from now. >>> first at new york's ground ze zero, a sign of healing. an overnight breakthrough that now clears the way for a museum on the site. we'll have more on that in a minute. poppy harlow is at ground zero. >> it is a beautiful, clear, crisp morning here. really reminiscent about 9/11 itself, a day just like that day. we spent the morning talking to family members. bob hughes, here with his wife, remembering their 30-year-old son, chris hughes, who was killed. he was a trader on the 89th floor of the south tower. his mother, for the first time today, carolyn, in a few minutes, will get to read some of those names in the ceremony. very big day for them, for all the families. they open this morning with everyone singing "the star spangled banner." there was a bell that chimed and bagpipes and they began reading the
in shanksville pennsylvania where the plane crashed and you can see that at the bottom of the memorial. they represent the 40 passengers and crew members who died on that flight on september 11th, 11 years ago. it was original bound for san francisco vice-president joseph biden will be speaking there at the shangri-la -- shanksville pennsylvania memorial. >>> allie rasmus is live in fremont to tell us how the south bay is marking this day, allie? >>> we are at the veterans memorial in fremont and you can see there is a group of about 35 to 40 people taking part in a can tell light vigil, they are laying roses and this is laid out for blue star moms and the group is having a short prayer service and everyone went through with theiree experiences and emotions. along with honoring the people, people are paying tribute to the thousands of men and women who died in iraq and afghanistan. this is the second year in a row they have organized the memorial here in fremont and an organizer told me over the phone, she said she wanted to have a simple event for people to attend on 9/11 before they
killed in afghanistan and iraq. vice president, joe biden, was in shanksville, pennsylvania honoring those of flight 93 with their families. >> no matter how many anniversaries you experience for at least an instant the terror of that moment returns. the lingering echo of that phone call. the sense of total disbelief, it envelopes you. you feel like you are being sucked into a black hole in the middle of your chest. my hope, my hope for you all is that as every year passes, the depth of your pain recedes. >> vice president went on to praise the heroism of the 40 passengers and crew members who died on flight 93 11 years ago. >>> president bill clinton will campaign for president obama in florida. yesterday, on the campus of florida international university, the president urged the young audience to register and vote. he reiterated the message the current president has laid the foundation for economic recovery. >> no one, not me, not anybody else could have completely healed that and built a whole new economy and brought us back to full employment in four years. it has never been done
'll bring you the somber moments from ground zero, the pentagon and shanksville, pennsylvania and some of the memories what is good in some ways about the strength and courage and power of patriotism in the country on that day. bill: as family members take turns stepping up to the microphone you will see various shots throughout the skyline here in new york city. the freedom tower, formally known as the freedom tower, now world trade center 1. about a year and a half. 1776 feet tall. it is a remarkable sight to see. what they have accomplished in lower manhattan. and also it's up for debate as what they have yet to get done. we'll move through all the top ibbs throughout the day here. it was so striking to hear, say hello to daisy up there. daisy could be the pet dog or pet cat or maybe the goldfish that left us some time ago. it is those poignant moments we will hear on and on the next couple hours. >> my sister-in-law. [moment of silence] >> craig michael black. richard middleton blood, jr.. >> michael andrew bacardi. >> michael bochi [o. >> susan bochino. >> mary katherine boca. >>
event. joe biden is expect to do tand a memorial service in shanksville pennsylvania where the jetliner crashed that one believed to be on the way to the capital in washington before brave men and women actually help to do take that plane down. >>> a beautiful tribute in shanksville, 40 lanterns line the memorial wall. joe biden will take part in the ceremony there this morning. it will include a moment of silence that will be at 10 tln 03 and then a reading of the names of the victims. leon pineda visited the memorial yesterday saying he was grateful to the heros of flight 93. he calls the memorial the final resting place of american patriots. >> today in new york city when the loved ones of the victims are gathering to mourn. >> i know you lost a lot of people. >> it was a tough day for a lot of folks. >> eric shawn is live for us at ground zero. he joins us live for what's going on there. >> it is that day again a day of tears and tributes here at ground zero. as they have in the past years family members and others will gather in remembrance over the past years the defiant anger has
on flight 93 on its way to san francisco from new jersey. a large crowd gathered in shanksville, pennsylvania near a wall which holds the name of the passengers and crew who died. passengers took hold of terrorists before it crashed in what used to be a field. katie, you talked to a woman who lost her mother? >> reporter: i did her name is carol o'hare and her mother 79-year-old moving from new jersey to danville, to live with her. carol says 11 years later the anniversary is like reliving that day. from song to silence memorial service in union city honors passengers and crew of san francisco bound flight 93. >> christian adams, todd beamer. >> reporter: carol o'hare of danville lost her mother 11 years ago today. >> i woke up to a happy day my mother was moving from california to new jersey. >> reporter: that chapter of their life to the would never come to be. >> the day devolved from there not knowing where she was, not finding anything out until i was on the phone with my sister in new jersey. we saw it on the crawl line on cnn that flight 93 had crashed in rural pennsylvan
trade center, the pentagon and in pennsylvania. >> marla, in shanksville, pennsylvania, people gathered to honor the passengers of flight 93. they crashed as they revolted against the hijackers. the names of the passengers and crew were read out loud. ringing bells of remembrance of the victims and many, the families in the bay area. flight 93 hits close to home. we have christie smith live in union city where family members gathered for a memorial service that took place this morning. >> reporter: good morning, jon. very emotional ceremony out here that just wrapped up. it was actually larger than anyone expected. relatives brought flowers and one woman said every september 11th, her emotions come rushing back and it feels like that day all over again. that woman rang a bell as those of those who died on flight 93 were read out loud. the union city memorial is dedicated to the passengers and crew. her mother was on that flight. it crashed in shanksville, pennsylvania. as passengers tried to regain control. this is a place where people can come and share their grief. 11 years ago seems
in shanksville, pennsylvania killing 2,977 innocent people, most of them 2,753 of the victims at ground zero in new york. 184 people died at the pentagon, and 40 victims died in pennsylvania when the heros of united flight 93 banded together to try to take back the aircraft from the hijackers before they crashed it into an open field. right now you can see all of the names of the victims on that banner that crawls across the bottom of our screen. and for the very first time only family members of the victims and not elected officials are speaking at the ceremony at new york's ground zero. president obama and the first lady attended a ceremony at the passenger today. the president laying a wreath before making comments. >> the true legacy of 9/11 will not be one of fear or hate or division, it will be a safer world, a stronger nation, and a people more united than ever before. god bless the memories of those we lost. jon: you won't have to watch any attack ads today, both the president and republican presidential nominee governor mitt romney pulled all negative ads in honor of 9/11. today gov
of defense panetta visited the flight 93 memorial today in shanksville, pennsylvania. 40 lantern were later lit in memory of the passenger and crew who parish battling the hi jacker on the san francisco bound flight. vice president biden reside over ceremony in shanksville. panetta at pavrngsville memorial and only family members will speak tomorrow. >> graffiti vandal spray painted their way through berkeley neighborhood this weekend damaging at least 13 buildings. business owns on 5th street say they were shbingd to find the multi-color scawltion. nick is live in berkeley tonight where a plan to celebrate the art of graffiti turned terribly wrong next. >> it did indeed. good evening. you know some people consider as xwra fit i other people consider art. a local berkeley businessman purchased a building and realize that graffiti artist were using the wall and ceiling as canvas so he decided before he would renovate he would give them one more opportunity to show their stuff. best laid plans often go awry. >> a lot was too beautiful to just take down. >>reporter: allen appreciates
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flight 93. those brave men and women fought hijackers who crashed the plane in shanksville. here in washington at the pentagon, americans took a moment to mark the sullen anniversary. president obama and the first lady paid tribute to the victims of the attack at the 9/11 pentagon memorial dedicated on september 11th, 2008, the pentagon memorial is the oldest of the three memorials. for many today it was the place they wanted to be to take time to reflect and remember. fox 5's tom fitzgerald live at the pentagon. tom. >> reporter: brian, you know, this was a different memorial than we have seen in past years. president obama made his address, as you said, this morning to victims' families and pentagon officials, and the memorial itself remained closed until noon today. we can tell you that the size of the crowds we saw today were smaller but it is also true to say that the people who came here told us they still feel very strongly about this place and that day 11 years after 9/11. on a stretch of land just next to the pentagon sits 183 benches bearing 183 names, one for each of t
crashed into the world trade center at the pentagon and in shanksville. happens -- this happens once a year on 9/11 to honor those who died from maryland 11 years ago today. live in downtown baltimore, linda so, abc2 news. >>> and it took 11 years after the the world trade center fell to recognize workers were he can posed to toxins. first responders and police and fire and emts and volunteers rushed to ground zero after the attacks to try to help find victims. some stayed for months and over the next several years, many of them argue the toxins they inhaled at the world trade center the rubble gave them cancer. based on new evidence, the federal government announced that about 50 new cancers were covered by nearly 3 billion dollars in settlement fund set up for victim compensation. >> the first responders who were there for us, we are now going to be there for them. we are going to compensate them and help provide treatment. >> first responders compensation -- compensation fund went into effect last year but no additional funds will go into it with the cancer announcement unless con
after the attacks. >> in shanksville, pennsylvania members read the names of the 40 passengers who died on united flight 93. that plane crashed into a field when passengers fought back against the hijackers likely saving more lives. we are getting a new look at the progress of the world trade center site now. this time lapse video shows one world trade rise from the ashes. the steel framework reached the tower's 104th and final floor. the building is set to open in 2014 with 3 million square feet of office space. the building's height right now matches the height of the world trade center twin towers. the new one world trade center is on the left side of the screen, but architects say the expire set on the top will give it an additional 408 feet. rick leventhal has the news and he's live for us in lower manhattan. hello, rick. >> the world trade center site continues its slow but dramatic transformation from a spipile o smoldering rubble to a fit that saw for years to a rock solid steel power that rises high above lower manhattan that has a message of resiliency progress and hope. for t
memorial near shanksville, pennsylvania. into flight was en route to san francisco, when it crashed. in new york city, this time this is different, only relatives will be speaking at today's ceremonies monies. no politicians will be addressing the gathering, -- >>> it is difficult to find peace and quiet time to celebrate my son. >> i think everybody wants to remember 9/11. we need of our privacy too. >> four and a half million people have visited the 9/11 memorial since it opened last year. here in san francisco coit tower lit up in red, white and blue in honor of the fallen. >> the san francisco fire department is inviting the public to its remembrance ceremony. every year all 43 san francisco fire stations holder is monies for those who died on 9/11, special remembering their brothers. a minute of silence observed and the names of the 343 new york city firefighters who perished are also read. amy hollyfield is live this morning at station 7, she will have more coming up in our next half hour. >>> switching gears, developing news in san jose, a dozen people were chased out of their homes
gathered at the memorial site in shanksville to remember those who were lost. later on today, vice president joe bidening scheduleto visit the flight 93 memorial. >>> leopanetta stopped by the memorial yesterday in shanksville where he toured the wall of names. it pays tribute to the 40 passengers and crew members who lost their lives taking down the plane to d.c. >>> the number two in yemen has been killed. it is not the first time it has been reported that he was killed. he reportedly died from a u.s. missile attack but the pentagon is not confirming that either. he was a saudi national who fought in afghanistan and was jailed at guantanamo bay for six years. >>> the 17-year-old perry hall high school student shot in baltimore on the first day of classes is finally hope now. he was randomly hit by a bullet when another student opened fire in the cafeteria. the suspect is due in court for a bail review later this week. >>> it has been two and a half weeks since a 17-year-old girl from kettering was killed in her home on chartsey street. police are still searching for a suspect and
are remembering the lives lost at the world trade center, the pentagon, and in shanksville, pennsylvania. >>> a ceremony in union city brought out dozens of people, including relatives of those who died on flight 93. they read the names of the passengers and crew who are remembered on stone monuments at the union city flight 93 memorial park. the san francisco-bound flight crashed in shanksville, pennsylvania. carol o'hare says her mother was moving to the bay area from new jersey that day. >> i woke up to have a very happy day when my mother was moving to california from new jersey, and only to see the twin towers being hit on tv as i was getting ready to go to the airport to pick her up. and the day just evolved from there, not knowing where she was. >> a founder of the memorial says he wasn't expecting such a large turnout today. each year he also holds a ceremony for those who died on flight 93 on memorial day. >>> across the country, tributes and emotions poured out throughout the day. in lower manhattan, the scene was more intimate than in years past. let's bring in nbc bay area's
center 11 years ago on this day. and there are ceremonies in shanksville, pennsylvania where the four plane crashed on 9-11. >>> the school board and teachers union in chicago continued negotiates yesterday but have yet to reach a new contract agreement. the main dispute is over teacher evaluations and job security. >>> switching gears to sports, redskins fans are still in a frenzy over the play of robert griffin iii and the teen's big win in the big easy. >> the excitement has some fans already talking super bowl. >> already. >> bob barnard has reaction to the start of the redskins season now. >> i honestly believe that the team can stay healthy and stay as quick and as poised as i saw in the game yesterday that the redskins are ready for the super bowl this year. >> reporter: yes, dorian paine is pretty excited about this euro's team but other fans are >> the game was good. d of i'm trying to stay calm, not trying to get too excited. we always win in the beginning and then it gets tough. >> you're not talking super bowl yet? >> not yet. >> we're used to losing. so when it comes time
, pentagon, and shanksville memorial while president obama and candidate, mitt romney, offered reflections on this day. danielle nottingham is in arlington. >> reporter: derek, if you look up to the sky, many are saying it reminds them of eleven years ago, another bright, sunny, clear morning and day as the nation pays tribute to the victims, first responders, and america's military. bells and silence mark the moments when hijacked planes hit the world trade center. >> brian thomas. >> those who lost loved ones gathered at the 9/11 memorial in lower manhattan to read the names of nearly 3,000 victims. in washington, president obama started the day with a moment of silence on the white house lawn. he and the first lady layed a wreath at the pentagon where 184 people were killed. >> no matter how many times we come together on this hallowed ground, know this. that you will never be alone. your loved ones will never be forgotten. >> the flag marks where flight 77 slammed into the pentagon. less than a half hour later, passengers helped bring down a plane bound for the white house or the
on the white house lawn. vice president joe biden will speak at the memorial in shanksville, pennsylvania remembering the victims killed on unite flight 93. that flight was supposedly headed for d.c. but passengers on board revolted and were able to take it down near shanksville n new york city, homeland security secretary janet napolitano will be at the world trade center memorial. for the first time since the attacks, organizer did not invite any politicians to speak at ground zero. >>> also making headlines this morning, schools out in chicago, teachs are for the nation's third largest school system, go on strike today. >> and late are, we are talking about the redskins big win. robert griffin iii did not disappoint in new orleans. fox 5 morning news is back in a moment. anncr: this cacasino's in west virginia. but it makes millions off marylanders every year. now w they're running dishonest ads. why? because voting for question seven is a vote to build a... world-class resort casino in maryland. creating thousands of jobs and... ...according to the official department of legislative..
up the day's ceremonies at the world trade center site, the pentagon, and shanksville, pennsylvania. >> ifill: then, as striking teachers stay away from chicago classrooms for a second day, we assess rising tensions between unions and financially strapped school systems. >> brown: what are the competing claims of the presidential campaigns on health care reform? paul solman offers a comparison. there is a lot of evidence that the health care in general is either misuse,ed, overused and underused for treatments. getting the efficiency in the health care sector is the key. >> the way the republicans have set it up, it will actually just shift the costs on to the beneficiaries themselves. >> ifill: margaret warner examines a new war of words exchanged by the u.s. and israel as prime minister netanyahu calls for a tougher stand on iran's nuclear program. >> brown: and we explore why the opening of the september 11 museum has been delayed for another year at least. >> ifill: that's all ahead on tonight's newshour. major funding for the pbs newshour has been provided by: moving our econom
mother. >> in shaimptionville people remembered the -- shanksville, people remembered. it was a struggle with the hijackers for control of the plane. >> my goal is we wish we didn't have to be here. wish we didn't have to commemorate this. the. >> the names of the passengers and crew were read at the month the plane crashed. bells were rung by surviving members who became involved in the aftermath of the crash. in washington, president obama and the first lady observed a month of silence on the south lawn. the obamas later layed a white ploarl wroaght and visited wounded soldiers at walter reed center. >> the best threng you can say about art modell is he made us forget our time without football. art modell may have been the only man to pull this off. >> owners and executives all gathered in park heights to bid farewell to one of pro football's visionaries. ravens players like joe flacco, ray rice and others, art modell changed the game and the men who played it. >> there is no jim brown. there is no baltimore ravens if there's no modell. the question he leaves today, if you did nothing
the trade towers and a fourth crashed in shanksville, pennsylvania. a nation pausing in honor of the spirit of sacrifice made by so many. >> we saw the sun shine in new york, and it is also shining over the state of maryland. 72 degrees at b.w.i. thurgood marshall, warmed up quite a bit from our low this morning of 51. we expect it to maintain that even as we get into the afternoon. a lot of sunshine as we get into the afternoon hours. we will still be in the mid-70's as we get towards the evening hours. expect a lot of clear skies to the next several days. we will have details in a few minutes. >> coming up, a woman becomes the victim of arson, and baltimore city charges >> a baltimore woman remains homeless today after losing her house to arson. thef that isn't bad enough, city is billing hurt thousands for demolishing her house. >> i am going to stand my ground. i own this land, i am a taxpayer, and i'm a united states citizen. >> when she doesn't stay with family or friends, she calls this camp home. >> it is not the best of comforts, but i don't want to be a burden on other people. >>
. in shanksville, the vice president spoke. he took part in a wreath-laying those on flight 93. those passengers fought back t hijackers before crashing into a field. >> former president bill clinton remembers the lives lost on the campaign trail. tonight, where urged americans to remember by being a good citizen and registering to vote. the first ofnt was having inlinton was support of president obama. the first lady and gop nominee mitt are both planning to campaign in virginia this week. mrs. obama will headline rallies richmond and the university fredericksburg this thursday. will host a rally in fairfax that same day. comes after his wife him there last week. >> breaking news from las vegas. severe thunderstorms led to , flooded roads leang to water rescues. rescue crews used helicopters to reach those in danger. firefighters responded to about calls to people in vehicles. it did not appear any one was y hurt.l will keep you posted on that. come, a campus controversy at american university. things that a professor did class and whyof thatprofessor is outraged some found it upsetting. >> fir
into the crisis in shanksville visitors gathered at the flight 93 national memorial. and defense secretary was among those paying tribute today, comparing passengers and crew who thwarted the terrorist attacks to patriots serving in the military. >> we cannot forget that sacrifice n many ways, it is what makes america strong. this is what we're about. the spirit that was reflected in heroes here. >> flight 93 went down in rural shanksville. passengers and crew overpowered hijackers. >> and this could be a major break through. al qaed yaes's number two man in yemen has been killed apparently by a u.s. missle strike. he spent six years in guantanamo bay and was kill add long with five others in a car targeted by a drone. and this is a ban and carried out attacks around the weerld a muslim imam has been arrested in mexico. fbi confirms that he was arrested saturday on a probation violation in connection with a 2-year-old bank fraud case. expected of being part of hezbollah operating in mexico and presented a reportedly fake passport when arrested. >> just ahead, beating the high cost of havin
in shanksville, pennsylvania. 40 lantern were later lit in memory of the passenger and crew who parish battling the hi jacker on the san francisco bound flight. vice president biden ceremony in shanksville. panetta at pavrngsville memorial and only family members will speak tomorrow. >> graffiti vandal spray painted their way through berkeley neighborhood this weekend damaging at least 13 buildings. business owns on 5th street say they were shbingd to find the multi-color scawltion. nickberkeleys live n berkeley tonight where a plan to celebrate the art of graffiti turned terribly wrong next. >> it did indeed. good evening. you know some people consider as xwra fit i other people consider art. a local berkeley businessman purchased a building and realize that graffiti artist were using the wall and ceiling as canvas so he decided before he would renovate he would give them one more opportunity to show their stuff. best laid plans often go awry. >> a lot was too beautiful to just take down. >>reporter: allen appreciates art. and this wall after wall after wall covered with graffiti he
today in shanksville, pennsylvania. 40 lantern were later lit in memory of the passenger and crew who parish battling the hi jacker on the san francisco bound flight. vice president biden reside over ceremony in shanksville. panetta at pavrngsville memorial and only family members will speak tomorrow. >> graffiti vandal spray painted their way through berkeley neighborhood this weekend damaging at least 13 buildings. business owns on 5th street say they were shbingd to find the multi-color scawltion. nick is live in berkeley tonight where a plan to celebrate the art of graffiti turned terribly wrong next. >> it did indeed. good evening. you know some people consider as xwra fit i other people consider art. a local berkeley businessman purchased a building and realize that graffiti artist were using the wall and ceiling as canvas so he decided before he would renovate he would give them one more opportunity to show their stuff. best laid plans often go awry. >> a lot was too beautiful to just take down. >>reporter: allen appreciates art. and this wall after wall after wall co
of united airlines flight 93 in shanksville, pennsylvania today, vice president biden saluted heroism of those aboard the jetliner. a group of passengers overpowered the hijackers. the plan flew towards washington, d.c. that crashed into a field. >> we saw touching commemorations here in the bay area in, san francisco, the fire chief, mayor, and police chief led a morning ceremony at station 7. >> there are names of the firefighters and paramedics were read outloud as part of the annual fire department tradition and all 43 fire stations paused for this tribute. >> there is an observeance in union city and spoke with a woman who lost her mother, 11 years ago today. >> from song to silence, a memorial service in union city honors passengers and crew of san francisco-bound flight 93. >> carol lost her mother 11 years ago today. >> i woke up to have a happy day. my mother was moving to california from new jersey. >> but that chapter of the life together would never come to be. >> the day just evolved from there, not knowing where she was. not finding anything out until i was on the phone
/11 rememberance ceremonies are just starting in washington d.c., shanksville pennsylvania and we are watching the guards right there at the doors and president barack obama and first lady michelle obama will be walking out as well. and here is more since 9/11 attacks and there is the president and first lady. >>> they will be coming out and in just a moment, 5:46 our time they will be observing a moment of silence around the world and in the bay area as well and that's the time that the first plane crashed american airlines plane hit the first tower and they are marking that moment which will be the beginning of the ceremony this morning. >> it is now 5:46, pam, that very moment... [ observing a moment of silence ] . >>> all right, we are observing the first lady and brock observing the moment of silence marking again the time that the first plane hit the tower 11 years ago today. we are watching live the ceremonies honoring the victims in washington d.c. also at ground zero, there is also a memorial at shanksville pennsylvania whereof course the flight bound for san francisco crashed in that
victim of the twin towers attacks will be read aloud by their families. and in shanksville, virginia, monday, leon panetta toured the memorial with united flight 93 went down. at sunset, 40 luminaries lit the wall. vice president biden will attend ceremonies there later this morning. and good news for visitors to the 9/11 memorial in new york. a dispute over how to fund construction of a museum on the memorial grounds was resolved monday night. >> we feel the public is so needing this complimentary experience to the memorial. >> reporter: construction begins at the end of the month. >> that was susan mcginnis reporting this morning. >>> important news for tens of thousands of first responders who worked at the world trade center site and were exposed to toxic chemicals. the government added some 50 types of cancer. >> reporter: for three years, firefighter ray pfeiffer has been saying the hundreds of hours he worked had something to do with his advanced kidney cancer. >> it's like vindication, saying hey listen, we recognize that we were down there, we did get sick from down there, a
will be here this morning. bills of more don't will be tolled in shanksville, pennsylvania. there will be moments of silence cities.al expected to be a somber moment that will be happening at events throughout the day. that will be something to follow. reporting live, brianne carter. >> the service and the pentagon several memorials planned for today. offered at the national cathedral at 8:45. members of congress will assemble care packages for soldiers at 10:00 a.m. at 11:30, a national day of will be held on freedom plaza in northwest. on the anniversary of 9/11, we honor some four-legged heroes. the bureau of alcohol, tobacco, itsour arms graduating of explosives detection dogs and their handlers. the teams server around the country in public venues, keeping us say it's. e you inside the training as they head out to the field. the story tonight at 5:00. investigators try to sort out an overnight incident in northwest blockmidnight in the 1200 of pennsylvania avenue. taken to hospital with non-life threatening injuries. it's not clear how the person was hurt. police did t
crashed into world trade center at at pentagon and shanksville. again this happens once a year. we are hoping for a clear skies because last year it was overcast. you couldn't see it happening. but it's to honor all those who lost their lives on 9/11. 11 years ago today. live in downtown baltimore, linda so, abc2 news. >>> the first responders who risked their lives on september 11th may be getting some help. this is all in an effort. it is believed some emts fire fighters and police officers were exposed to -- toxins at ground zero shortly aftersen september 11th and base on new evidence, the federal government announced about 50 new cancers will be covered by a nearly 3 billion dollar settlement fund that was set up for victim compensation. >> that first responders who were there for us, we are now going to be there for them. and we are going to compensate them and help provide treatment. >> the first responders compensation fund went into effect last year but no additional funds are expected to go into it even with the cans are announcement unless congress puts more money aside
ryan's campaign counterpart, vice president joe biden, paid tribute in shanksville, pennsylvania, where one of four hijacked planes crashed after passengers fought back. following an emotional ceremony, the vice president had a moment of lighter connection showing his appreciation to a shanksville firefighter. >> you come to the white house, i will buy you a beer, okay? >> show being joe. we wouldn't have it any other way. we're joined by delaware attorney general beau biden, iraq war veteran, and the son of vice president joe biden. may i begin by thanking you for your military service and your continuing public service as attorney general, mr. biden. >> thank you, martin. thanks for alog he me to come on. >> thank you. mitt romney said he would not be getting political given today's anniversary, yet a couple lines into his speech he delivers overtly political comments about leadership, about his opponent, about the direction of returning military. is this man not in control of his own faculties? >> well, i don't know. i'll let the viewers be the judge of that. i know his speech wasn't
, the pentagon and shanksville, pennsylvania. you are looking live at pictures where the world trade centers once stood. >> the beautiful shot. the light where the twin towers stood. red, white and blue, almost fully constructed world trade center site over manhattan. it will be called one world trade center. it was built very close to the old footprints of the twin towers. >> and from ground zero to pennsylvania and points in between it was the day to remember such unforgettable acts of terrorism and all of the innocent lives lost. >> this is how the nation paid respects and commemorated 9/11. ♪ [ bell rings ] [ "taps" plays ] ♪ ♪ my mama told me you better shop around ♪ >> great music choice there. well, a poorly kept secret at the supermarket -- food come pans would rather shrink their products and raise prices we are on to them now. >> yeah. there is a sneaky trick to trick shoppers, a kid can even figure it out. >> hi. >> reporter: jared goodman is half teenager, half shopping sleuth. >> a difference, they're both $7.99. >> reporter: he scours grocery stores, catching big brands maki
attacked and since the courageous took down that plane in shanksville, pennsylvania. across the country and in our region it's been a day for simple ceremonies. danielle leigh joins us live from new york. >> reporter: good evening. right now, organizers are getting ready far tribute of light that will be a final memorial for the victims on this 11th anniversary. >> jack dennis yagoda. >> reporter: tears and raw emotions filled september 11th ceremonies around manhattan. >> we feel like we were with him because this was the last place that he was. he's very missed. >> reporter: for those who lost loved ones, the pains following the terrorist attacks that sent planes crashing into the world trade towers remain fresh 11 years later. >> linda jones. >> reporter: at ground zero, families acknowledged each victim one by one. >> and my father, james amato. >> reporter: about a thousand people listened in silence, filling the area between the national memorial now marking where the world trade towers one stood. >> they were taken away us from us all too early, and we miss they wi th
the flight 93 national memorial in shanksville, pennsylvania. >>> vice president joe biden is scheduled to speak at the memorial on tuesday. >>> finally, happy birthday to golf legend arnold palmer who turns 83 years old today. >>> all day long you can stay on top of the latest developments on those stories and others as they break on msnbc. tonight, be sure to watch brian williams with "nbc nightly news." finally, here is a look at what's coming up on the "today" show. from hantavirus, dr. oz has ways to protect your family from a deadly disease outbreak. actor tony danza shares lessons he learned after spending a year teaching. >>> stay tuned for continuing local news, weather, sports and more. thanks for watching "early today," just your first stop of the day on your nbc station. have a terrific monday.
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